I have a window program that sends an email reminder to a scheduled speaker so that it goes in his/her calendar. But when the admin person confirming the engagement sends the reminder, the reminder is also stored in his/her calendar. How could I have the reminder sent to the speaker's calendar and not go in the admin's calendar?
I think a solution could be if I, somehow, could programmatically use another email account to make Outlook think is from it and send that reminder there instead of the admin's Outlook calendar I would be fine. But I don't know how to do that either.
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